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  • Hello my friend from China! Thanks for your comment to my presentation. I am pleased that in the world are people like you - with a sensitive heart and independent spirit. This raises the hope that our civilization will not perish. Regards. Anna.
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  • deeply moved i am..
    for, being and live as a real human being,they fight and betrayed and die.
    oh,where have all the follows gone ...
    where have all those pretty girls and little boys....
    they've gone to the grave yard,
    gone to be under the followers...
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  • Excelent presentation, very strong images that touch my heart. Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Carmen María
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  1. 1. 17:00<br />W - hour<br />
  2. 2. The Warsaw Uprising 1 August - 3 October 1944<br />It was a armed fighting against of the German Occupiers Army, <br />organized by the AK (Armia Krajowa - National Army), as part of the operation Storm combined with the disclosure and the official business of the highest structures of the Polish Underground State.<br />Uprising was direct against the Germans , however, it had strategic purpose was to attempt to rescue the post-war sovereignty, it would prevent the imposition ofPoland puppets authorities,  dependent on the Soviet Union, installed in Lublin as the Polish Committee of National Liberation. It was also deny (as established by the allies at a conference in Teheran at the end of 1943) a new political order in Eastern Europe, according to which the United States and United Kingdom agreed to implemented by Joseph Stalin&apos;s policy of facts made in Poland. In light of these findings, the Warsaw Uprising should complicate a division zoning operational, according to which Poland was in the operating zone of Soviet Union .<br />
  3. 3. The tragedy of the Warsaw Uprising was not only 63 days of bloody battles, but also its long-term effects.The first, who punished the Poles for their attempt to achieve independence, were Germany.Hitler ordered the Warsaw aligned with the ground: it was systematically destroyed building after building, and especially those, which had relationship with the Polish culture. When Soviet soldiers came to the city, they found only ruins.<br />In the post-war years, when the Poles rebuilt the capital, not allowed to mention why was destroyed. the authorities of Soviet acknowledged the National Army for the illegal and fascist movementand its former members was prosecuted and sent to Siberia. Those, who considered Stalin to be the most dangerous, killed. Sixteen leaders of the Warsaw Uprising, with Leopold Okulickiin the forefront, has been sentenced, in Moscow Process sixteen, for a long imprisonment.Interest and controversy surrounding the Uprising became possible in public debate only after 1989.<br />
  4. 4. Many people blame the Allies for the collapse of the Warsaw Uprising and in the consequences of putting into the hands of Stalin&apos;s Polish. Not without reason, at first, the only help that the insurgents obtained from the western, there were several unsuccessful discharges of food and ammunition. Second, the Allies were in all things obey the will of Stalin. When in August 1944<br />Churchill was sent to Roosevelt telegram with the proposition to organize assistance to the Poles, U.S. President replied as follows: I do not think it appropriate is to make this proposal to the american nation , taking into account the long-term prospect of war.<br /> Roosevelt did not want to annoy of Stalin before the conference at Yalta, during which he wished to convince the Soviet Union to a joint attack on Japan. It was in February 1945 in Yalta Allies authorized Stalin make Poland dependent from the Soviet government. Even earlier, in 1943 in Tehran, agreed to annexation by the Soviet Union of the east area of the Poland . This fact is all the more ironic that the United Kingdom and France acceded to the Second World War toassist in maintaining the sovereignty of Poland.<br />Meanwhile, released from tyranny of one regime, it was passed into the hands of just as cruel leader.<br />
  5. 5. Lieutenant General Leopold Okulicki –<br /> nickname: Niedźwiadek, Biedronka, Bronka, Jan, Jan Mrówka, Jan Ogór, Kobra, Konrad, Kula, Miller, Mrówka, Stary Boba,Osa, Pan Jan, Sęp, Termi - legionary, <br />a participant of the war with Ukraine and the Polish Bolshevik Russia in 1920, staff officer of Polish Army, a participant of World War II, ZWZ Commissioner, AP Chief of Staff in the East, a low-dark, participant of the Warsaw Uprising in 1944, the last Commander-in-Chief National Army,convicted in the Process of Sixteen in Moscow, murdered by the Russians 24 December in soviet prison at Lubianka in Moscow.<br />
  6. 6. General Tadeusz Komorowski<br />nick: Bór, Znicz, Lawina <br />(b. 1 June 1895 in Chorobrowo district Brzeżany, d. 24 August 1966 in Buckley, England),<br />Polish officer, <br />the commander National Army from 1 July 1943 to the collapse of the Warsaw Uprising <br />3 October 1944<br />
  7. 7. Brigadier General Antoni Chruściel<br />Nick: Monter, Nurt<br />b.1895 in Gniewczyn near Przeworsk, died in exile in 1960. <br />He was commander of the Warsaw Uprising.In 1944-45 the German prisoner, if released in the Polish Armed Forces in the West(II replacement of the Chief of Head Staff) . After demobilization is in exile in GB, then in the U.S..<br />Buried in the American Czestochowa.<br />
  8. 8. Colonel Antoni Władysław Zurowski<br />Knight of the Order of the martial law Virtuti Militari <br />Nick: Bober, Andrzej, Blacharski<br />1898 – 1988<br />Last Commandant 6/XXVI of Army National,<br />commander of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 in the district Praga.<br />
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  12. 12. The Warsaw Uprising - a cry of protest,<br />as was foreseeable,<br />not moved conscience of the world, <br />Doesnot stop of running of History,played by the political and military forces of World War II,<br />because the political division <br />of Europe has been already foregone by the great powers<br />
  13. 13. insurrectional patrol<br />
  14. 14. Branch insurrectional<br />
  15. 15. The young defender of Warsaw<br />
  16. 16. Nurses with a soldier<br />
  17. 17. next barricades<br />insurgent<br />
  18. 18. During the raid<br />
  19. 19. B-17 - flying fortresses<br />
  20. 20. At the barricade<br />
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  26. 26. time shares<br />
  27. 27. Fought for every house ... <br />
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  29. 29. This insurgent from Mokotów district, is coming out of sewers and surrendering to Germans.<br />
  30. 30. The real protagonists of those terrible days were the boys in too large helmets, young liaisons and nurses, who gave a certificate of extraordinary courage and patriotism <br />
  31. 31. The protagonists were also civilians, who endure what was not to endure. <br />And the mothers ...<br />
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  34. 34. The youngest soldiers of the Warsaw Uprising<br />
  35. 35. Commanders of some of branches succumbed of the pressure of volunteers taking from them the oath of AK soldierand including them in insurrectional branches<br />
  36. 36. little boys was acting as liaisons, guides in channels, with a bottles with gasoline they destroyed German tanks, <br />with a weapon in his hand, they were in service on barricades<br />
  37. 37. Small insurgents as a postman<br />
  38. 38. monument in honor of the Little Insurgent<br />
  39. 39. For less than a year before the end of the war Germany made the unprecedented crimesat one of the largest cities in Europe - killing nearly 200 thousand inhabitants,convicting per adversity 800 thousandsand in addition completely destroy all buildings, district after district, after the defeat of the uprising.<br />This city was Warsaw,called before the war Paris East, capital of the country which has fought the longest against Nazi Germany .<br />Why Warsaw died and no one wanted to help? !<br />
  40. 40. - Fryderyk Chopin - Etiuda Rewolucyjna<br /> - marsz Warszawskie Dzieci w wykonaniu Reprezentacyjnego<br /> Zespołu Wojska Polskiego<br />Ilustracje ze stron internetowych wybrała - Anna<br />